Media Blackout: Mystery Illness Plagues Residents One Year After Historic US Gas Leak

By Carey Wedler A year after the largest methane trickle in U.S. story was hermetic in Porter Ranch, California, residents are stability to knowledge poignant inauspicious health consequences. As SoCalGas — the company obliged for the blowout — uses built gas shortages to clear reopening the Aliso Canyon gas storage …

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State Of Maryland Issues Report On WiFi In Schools — Not Favorable

By Catherine J. Frompovich The Maryland Children’s Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council (CEHPAC) released an eleven-page report Dec 13, 2016 patrician “Wifi Radiation in Schools in Maryland Final Report,” which every school district in the country, if not around the globe, needs to review and implement. On page 5 …

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American Blood Lust: From Women And Children To … Wolf Pups And Bear Cubs?!

March 2, 2017 Op-Ed by Brett Redmayne-Titley Are there any boundary to American blood lust? This week America answered, “No!” The biting perspicacious screams of trusting unfamiliar children, in their death throes at the hands of an America left mad, has spin all too common – and under-reported. A egotistical …

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